Mizzou-Tennessee-1st Quarter Recap
On his third pass attempt of the game, Drew Lock looked for Wesley Leftwich near the Mizzou sideline at midfield, but the pass was intercepted. It was Tennessee’s first interception by a cornerback this season.
Michael Scherer stopped Jalen Hurd for a one yard loss on third and three to force a 35 yard field goal for a 3-0 lead for Tennessee with 8:19 left in the first.
Corey Fatony, Mizzou’s freshman punter, had two bad punts in the quarter. The first went 26, the second 30, giving Tennessee the ball at Mizzou’s 40. A seven play drive ended in a 25 yard field goal.
The Tigers were held to 18 total yards on four possessions.